For people who think that the government already has too much power, it's tempting to hold iPhones outside of current law as a safeguard against the slippery slope of building backdoors into all of our digital platforms and services.
Normally at the end of each year I have taken a moment to look back at the big moments and trends that came to pass. Since the calendar will switch to 2020, let's take a look at the decade and how monumental it was in the history of mankind.
You would think that since so much of their revenue comes from music that they would spend time creating hardware (another one of their specialties) that actually lets you enjoy music.
As the calendar closes on the end of an eventful year, it's time to pick up the tradition and take a moment to reflect on the major themes that emerged this year in the digital space. Looking back at 2017's year in review, it was clear that if we pay too much attention to the … Continue reading 2018: A Digital Year in Review
The newest feature in your iPhone or Android quantifies your relationship with your phone and the apps you use, and the stats might be enough to scare your into a better relationship with your phone. And if the stats aren't persuasive enough, you can control your usage manually. Here is how I use my phone, and the insights that come along with having this information at the tip of my thumb.